New South Wales
If the best experiences make the best holiday, then New South Wales should top your holiday wish list. Its beauty and diversity really does offer something for everyone. Enjoy the big city buzz of Sydney, its great restaurants and shopping, the beauty of its world famous harbour. Then step away to soak up the local flavours of the regions of New South Wales. Laze on a beach, hike in fresh mountain air, journey to the red outback, soothe your soul in one of the World Heritage national parks, take a leisurely drive through the State's lush farm regions or stop in the quirky towns and cosmopolitan centres. Along the way you'll be amazed at what you find - fine food and wine trails, lively festivals, Aboriginal heritage tours, amazing landscapes and friendly locals. There are endless opportunities to explore New South Wales' 300,000 square miles of beauty and diversity. You can discover at your own pace - as well as having the freedom to stop and visit any town, landmark and natural wonder that catches your eye. All you need is an adventurous spirit.
One of Australia’s most popular tourist destinations, the Hunter is a wine and food lover’s paradise! Beyond the vineyards explore the mountains and rainforest of World Heritage Barrington Tops National Park or the great coast beaches and the historical port of Newcastle.
Sydney is one of the most appealing and vibrant cities in the world. Take a harbour cruise for great views of the famous Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Climb the Harbour Bridge, for fantastic 360-degree views of the city. Head for Bondi or one of Sydney's other glorious beaches and sample the restaurants, bars and nightlife of Darling Harbour and The Rocks.
The Blue Mountains
The Blue Mountains region of New South Wales is within easy driving distance of Sydney. The Blue Mountains, set high on a sandstone plateau combine forested valleys, canyons, waterfalls and sheer cliffs in a stunning setting.
Tours & Excursions
New South Wales – colourful and awe-inspiring, offers an experience of extremes, rich tropical rainforests, unspoilt coastlines, rugged mountains, red desert sands and sprawling vineyards. New South Wales is home to Australia’s most famous city, Sydney with her spectacular harbour, sun-kissed beaches, world-class restaurants, cafes and bars.